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Charity Listing
Cincinnati Marathon, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization formed to host a national event which raises money for charities. The Flying Pig Marathon is proud to announce that since its inaugural year over $8.7 million has been raised for charity.

The following non-profit organizations are those who will benefit from this year’s Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon. These groups provide the Marathon with much-needed and appreciated volunteer support and/or have running/walking/training teams that use the Marathon as a fund raiser for their organization.

To become an official Flying Pig Marathon charity, contact or download, complete, and return the appropriate registration form by clicking on one of the links below: `
Active Water
PO Box 37
Mattawan, MI 49071
Phone: 269-492-6470
Fax: 269-375-4792
Contact: Amie Hadaway, Director of Development
ActiveWater uses the athletic lifestyle and grassroots campaigns to bring clean water solutions, improved sanitation, and hygiene training to communities in need throughout the globe.
Accelerated Cure Project for MS
300 Fifth Ave.
Waltham, MA 02451
Phone: 781-487-0011
Contact: Debbie Mann
ACP’s mission is to find the causes and a cure for Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
A Kid Again
8595 Beechmont Ave. Ste. 301
Cincinnati, Oh 45255
Phone: 513-232-5104
Fax: 513-474-2324
Contact: Kathy Wagoner
We are a nonprofit organization that supports children with life threatening illnesses and their families. We provide healing times of respite through our fun-filled group activities and destination events, which we call adventures.
Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati
644 Linn Street Suite 1026
Cincinnati Oh 45203
Marcy Hawkins, Special Events Coordinator
To eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
ALS Association Central & Southern Ohio Chapter
1170 Old Henderson Road Ste 221
Columbus, OH 43220
Phone: 614-273-2572
ALS leads the fight to cure and treat Lou Gehrig’s Disease through global, cutting edge research and to empower people with ALS and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.
Amelia Knothole Baseball – Red Sox
Amelia, Ohio 45102
Amelia Knothole provides instructional and competitive athletics for all children regardless of income or athletic ability.
Amelia Youth Athletic Club – AYAC
Amelia, Ohio 45102
Contact: Christian Conrad, AYAC Public Relations Officer
AYAC is a non-profit organization that provides youth football, cheerleading, basketball, and soccer to all youth ages 5-12 years in the West Clermont School District.
American Cancer Society - American Cancer Society’s DetermiNation
2808 Reading Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Phone: 888-227-6446
Fax: 877-227-2838
Email: or
Representatives: Karen Mahaney or Kristy Kalnitzky
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service.
American Council for the Blind Ohio/Greater Cincinnati Chapter
PO Box 805
Cincinnati, Ohio 45201
Phone: 513-921-3186
Contact: Joyce Rogers, President
In order to enhance the life styles of blind and visually impaired individuals, ACBOGCC directs its efforts to equal access for blind and visually impaired persons to information, education, employment, transportation, art and recreation, and all other facets of daily living that so many take for granted.
American Heart Association
Representative: Aaron Motley
5211 Madison Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227
Phone: 513-281-4048
The American Heart Association's mission is to help fight heart disease and stroke through education and research. Our key objectives are to communicate cardiovascular science, medical and consumer health information; to advocate on behalf of local, state and national issues related to cardiovascular disease and stroke; to discover, interpret and process science and to generate resources. The Heart Mini-Marathon is held on March 25, 2007.
American Red Cross – Cincinnati Area Chapter
PO Box 5216
Cincinnati, Ohio 45201-5216
Phone: 513-579-3000
Apartment Association Outreach, Inc
525 W 5th Street Ste 105
Covington, KY 41011
Phone: 859-581-5990
Contact: Marc Cameron
The Apartment Association Outreach is committed to provide support to individuals or groups in times of need while displaying the multi-family industry in a positive light. Activities include rental assistance, food pantries, school supplies, and college scholarships for the underserved population of Greater Cincinnati.
Athletes in Action Track & Field
Tim Coleman
651 Taylor Drive
Xenia, Ohio 45385
Phone: 937-352-1000
Athletes In Action exists to boldly proclaim the love and truth of Jesus Christ to those uniquely impacted by sport worldwide by winning, building, and sending athletic influences.
Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati
5565 Sir Lancelot Lane
Fairfield, Ohio 45014
Phone: 513-858-6242
Contact: Janet Leiter
The Autism Society continues to spread the message of awareness and raises money to assist those in the community who struggle with autism. Funds raised will also go to research to understand and eliminate this growing disease.
Avondale Running Club
Henry Brown
PO Box 29238
Cincinnati, OH 45239
Avondale Running Club shares knowledge of the importance of a healthy lifestyle through physical fitness such as running and walking. The Club donates funds to various youth organizations such as Avondale Youth Council so that it can run the youth programs. Avondale Running Club also provides funding for youth track and field programs and YMCA Youth Achievers.
Awaken the City – Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church
1345 Grace Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Phone: 513-871-1345
Fax: 513-871-3139
Awaken the City exists to awaken generations to serve, a city to hope, and the world to transformation through the grace of Jesus Christ. Awaken the City equips, inspires, and mobilizes people of all generations to serve in the urban core. For 6 weeks during the summer of 2010, Awaken the City will bring groups of “urban missionaries” to Cincinnati.
Bake Me Home
PO Box 30082
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Phone: 513-233-0263
Bake Me Home is a charitable organization dedicated to providing homeless and disadvantaged moms and kids with direct services that encourage shared family experiences
Be Concerned, Inc.
Address: 714 Washington St
Covington, KY 41011
Phone: 859-291-1340
Fax: 859-291-9770
Contact: Paul Gottbrath, Director
Be Concerned, Inc provides food and other basic needs to low-income families of Northern Kentucky.
Beckfield College Association of Nursing Students (BCANS)
16 Spiral Drive
Florence, Kentucky 41042
Phone: 859-371-9393
Tim Curl, Advisor
BCANS is a non-profit educational group affiliated with the registered nursing program pf Beckfield College. The organization provides scholarships and textbooks to deserving nursing students. BCANS also assists needy student families within the college family community during holiday seasons.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 155
1330 Frank-Willis Memorial Road
New Richmond, OH 45157
The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.

For nearly a century, the BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boy Scouts of America believes — and, through nearly a century of experience, knows — that helping youth is a key to building a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 445
Address: c/o Guardian Angels School
6539 Beechmont Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Representative: Robin Harrington
Troop 445 represents the Boy Scouts of America and is chartered by Guardian Angels Church in Mt Washington — offering the full scouting experience of fun, adventure, learning, and leadership to boys in the Mt Washington and Anderson Township areas of Cincinnati.
BRIDGES for a Just Community
430 Reading Road Fourth Floor
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: 513-381-4660
Contact: Brittany Collins
BRIDGES for a Just Cause brings people together to achieve inclusion, equity, and justice for all.
Camp Washington Teen Council
2951 Sidney Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45225
Phone: 513-542-1637
Contact: Donna Bakke
The Camp Washington Teen Council is comprised of drug-free and alcohol-free teenagers having fun and participating in community service activities.
Cancer Free Kids
420 West Loveland Ave
PO Box 575
Loveland, Ohio 45140
Phone: 513-575-KIDS (5437)
CancerFree Kids is a non-profit organization whose mission is to eradicate cancer as a life-threatening illness in children. The mission is driven by the belief that funding research is the means to finding a cure for pediatric cancer. It also supports the belief that research of childhood cancers has and will continue to contribute significantly to the research of all types of cancers, including adult cancers, and that it should be funded accordingly.
CARES Foundation, Inc.
2414 Morris Ave., Suite 110
Union, NJ 07083
Phone: 908-364-0272
CARES Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the lives of families and individuals affected by Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) through proactively advancing research for better understanding of CAH, better treatments and a cure; educating the public and healthcare professionals about all forms of CAH; advocating for universal newborn screening; and providing support services and resources vital to the CAH community worldwide.
Caring Partner International
Roy Cline or Rhonda Reed
601 Shotwell Dr.
Franklin, OH 45005
Phone: 937-743-2744
Mission: enable Bible-believing churches to meet healthcare needs while providing the Gospel to the lost
Carl H. Lindner YMCA
Joe Calloway
1425B Linn Street
Cincinnati, OH 45203
Phone: 513-241-9622
The Lindner YMCA is a social organization with emphasis on the development of building strong kids, strong families, and strong communities.
Catholics United for the Poor CUP
PO Box 14548
Cincinnati, OH 45250
Phone: 513-471-4990
CUP is a coalition of non-profits working together to raise awareness about the plight of the poor in the Greater Cincinnati area.
Center for Respite Care
PO Box 141301
Cincinnati, OH 45250
Phone: 513-621-1868
Fax: 513-621-1872
Contact: Mary Wood-Constable
Mission: To provide quality medical care to homeless people who need a safe place to heal while assisting them in breaking the cycle of homelessness. The Center of Respite Care is the only organization in the region to provide care to homeless men and women who need a place to heal and recover from illness, injury, or surgery.
Central Parkway YMCA
Ken Hamilton
1105 Elm St.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: 513-241-5348
Fax: 513-362-2040
Web site
Our mission is to put christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
CISV - Cincinnati
PO Box 9270
Cincinnati, OH 45209
Phone: 513-889-9488
Fax: 866-288-1392
Contact: Chip Workman
Children’s International Summer Villages (CISV) is a global community of dedicated volunteers, creating opportunities for all ages to experience the excitement and enrichment of cultural diversity through our educational programs. We are founded (in Cincinnati in 1951) on our belief that peace is possible through friendship and that the real difference can be made by starting with children.
Children’s Tumor Foundation - NF Endurance Team
33 Highview Road Building B - 2nd Floor
Sellersville, PA 18960
Phone: 800-323-7938 ext 251
Fax: 866-288-1392
Contact: Trish Hardy
The Children’s Tumor Foundation is dedicated to improving the health and well being of individuals and families affected by the neurofibromatoses (NF) by encouraging and supporting research, supporting patients and families, assisting in development of healthcare centers and support mechanisms, and by expanding public awareness of NF.
The Cincinnati Bell Pioneers
221 E 4th Street 103-1600
PO Box 2301
Cincinnati OH 45201-2301
Phone: 513-397-1514
The Cincinnati Bell Pioneer organization is comprised of employees and retirees of Cincinnati Bell who participate in community service activities. Volunteer activities include weekly tutoring, sewing and filling over 3000 Christmas stockings for needy children, and the annual community outreach day – Cincinnati Bell Day in the Community.
Cincinnati Bell Running Team
Cincinnati Bell
221 East 4th Street 347-450
Cincinnati, OH 45201
Contact: Kevin Gwin
Phone: 513-397-7461
The Cincinnati Bell Running Team is a group of Cincinnati Bell employees coming together to promote good health through our common love of running. Through various methods of fund raising, we are able to reimburse employees for running and walking events throughout the year, and hopefully encourage our employees to increase their level of fitness.
Cincinnati Broomball Association
1957 Sylved Lane
Cincinnati OH 45238
Phone: 513-236-0694
Contact: Scott Kerth
The Cincinnati Broomball Association (CBA) is a non-profit organization created in 1992 to organize, promote, and grow the sport of Broomball in the Greater Cincinnati area. Our goals are to provide a social environment while embodying good sportsmanship, health, and fitness and representing Cincinnati nationally and internationally.
Cincinnati Christian University
2700 Glenway Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45204
Phone: 513-244-8100
Cincinnati Christian University is a not-for-profit institution of higher education dedicated to educate vocational leaders for the community as teachers, social workers, pastors, counselors, and psychologists. Building Christian leaders, one person at a time.
Cincinnati Icebreakers Sled Hockey
7588 Trailwind Dr.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Our mission is to increase opportunities for individuals with physical disabilities to participate in an organized recreational sport at no cost to the participant and to promote healthy recreation for both youth and adults.
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
1301 Western Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45203
Phone: 513-287-7000
Cincinnati Museum Center inspires people of all ages to learn more about our world through science; regional history; and educational, engaging, meaningful experiences.
Cincinnati Parrothead Club
The Cincinnati Parrotheads “party with a purpose” and direct the proceeds of their Flying Pig volunteerism to support the mission of American Red Cross – Cincinnati Area Chapter.
Cincinnati Patriots U-14 and U-16
Batavia, Ohio 45103
Cincinnati Patriots provides area youth the opportunity to play baseball in a fun, safe, and competitive environment.
Cincinnati Sharks Baseball Club
Amelia, Ohio
Contact: Terry Mersch
Cincinnati Sharks Baseball Club fosters the love of baseball for young men in a competitive yet fun environment. Teaching them advanced baseball skills will ensure they are ready for high school competition as well as to compete for college scholarships. More importantly, teaching them that through dedication and hard work, they can be successful in anything they choose. Lessons in integrity, honesty, and discipline will last a lifetime.
Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding & Horsemanship
1342 State Route 50
Milford, OH 45150
Contact: Alexis McDonald
Phone: 513-831-7050
Fax: 513-831-7908
The mission of CTRH is to provide a comprehensive recreational and therapeutic horseback riding program for children and adults with disabilities from the greater Cincinnati area. CTRH is committed to the principle that people with disabilities are entitled to the same opportunities and rights as their non-disabled peers.
Circle Tail, Inc
8834 Carey Lane
Pleasant Plain, Ohio 45162
Phone: 513-877-3325
Fax: 513-860-9635
Circle Tail, Inc provides assistance dogs to people with mobility, hearing, neurologic, and psychiatric disabilities at no charge to the individual. Circle Tail also provides dogs for adoption and offers dog training, behavior management, and boarding services to strengthen the human-canine bond.
Clippard Family YMCA Autism Learning Center
8920 Cheviot Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45251
Phone: 513-923-4466
Fax: 513-923-3796
Representative: Amiee O’Reilly
Clippard Family YMCA Autism Learning Center strives to offer a quality, comprehensive preschool to children on the autism spectrum. Needed therapies are offered with the social environment of a school.
College of Mount St Joseph Athletic Training Club
5701 Delhi Road
Cincinnati OH 45233
Phone: 513-244-4200
Contact: Dr. Angela Perusek
College of Mount St Joseph Cheerleading
5701 Delhi Road
Cincinnati OH 45233
Phone: 513-244-4200
Contact: Danielle Simpson
The Cheerleading team of the College of Mount St Joseph provides support for the school’s athletic teams and supports student and community involvement at The Mount.
Columbia Tusculum Neighborhood
3567 Columbia Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45226
Council Representative: Fran Santangelo
Mission: To provide service to the community.
Community Ambassadors Resource Alliance (CARA)
1520 Madison Road
Cincinnati, OH 45206
Phone: 513-559-6672
Contact: Kate Hawkins
CARA is dedicated to raise awareness and to increase community involvement of individuals with developmental disabilities. The organization also raises funds to help improve the quality of life of individuals served by the Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services.
Cooperative for Education
2730 Hyde Park Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45209
Phone: 513-731-2595
Mission: to break the cycle of poverty in Guatemala through education.
Covington Latin High School
21 E 11th Street
Covington, Kentucky 41011
Phone: 859-291-7044
The Covington Latin School forms Christian leaders by challenging its students to achieve their greatest level of spiritual, intellectual, and social development. The school’s philosophy, curriculum and practices promote moral integrity and academic excellence, leading students to find fulfillment in a life of service to others and a continuing love of learning.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
4420 Carver Woods Drive
Cincinnati OH 45242
Phone: 513-533-9300
Representative: Amy Famularo
The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to assure the development of the means to cure and control cystic fibrosis and to improve the quality of life for those with the disease.
Delta Kappa Gamma
Cincinnati, OH 45246
Contact: Sue Eades
DKG provides scholarships for high school students to attend college. The organization provides assistance to victims of abuse, disadvantages adult students, and the homeless. Additional support to world fellowship program which aids women in war-torn countries to study in the United States, The chapter makes available several scholarships and grants for teachers here to study abroad for the summer.
Delta Sigma Pi
2600 Clifton Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities, to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for the mutual advancement by research and practice. Delta Sigma Pi also promotes a closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, promotes a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture, and promotes civic and commercial welfare of the community.
Dignity in Death Foundation
P.O. Box 30
Hooven, OH 45033
Contact: Paul Phillips
Phone: 513-332-7664
Dignity in Death Foundation provides financial assistance to families in need so that their deceased loved one may have a dignified funeral, burial, or cremation and that the surviving family members may begin to experience closure.
Dystonia Medical Research Foundation
One East Wacker Drive Ste 2810
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: 312-447-5098
Fax: 312-803-0138
Contact: Tammy Reed
Dystonia Medical Research Foundation focused on research, awareness and education, advocacy, and support to those affected by dystonia, a neurological movement disorder.
Faces without Places
2825 Alms Place
Cincinnati, OH 45206
Phone: 513-363-3300
Faces without Places generates awareness and funds to keep children and youth experiencing homelessness connected to their educatioon.
Faith Community Pharmacy
2335 Buttermilk Crossing
Crescent Springs, KY 41017
Contact: Charlotte Boemker
Faith Community Pharmacy provides pharmaceutical care free of charge to those unable to pay, without regard to race, creed, or national origin.
Family Violence Prevention Center of Greene County
380 Bellbrook Ave
Xenia, Ohio 45385
Website: Email:
Contact: Nicholas Hubbard
The Family Prevention Center of Greene County's mission is "We light the path to living violence free by responding, supporting, and providing safe housing to victims of family violence by informing Greene County citizens of the impact of family violence, and be revealing ways to prevent and overcome its consequences."
Feast of Love
5742 Hamilton Ave
Cincinnati OH 45224
Phone: 513-541-5676
Fax: 513-541-3148
Contact: Karen Lane
The mission of Feast of Love is to provide for individuals and families. In addition, Feast of Love offers opportunities and experiences that encourage children to become productive adults.
Fernside - Supporting Children and Families Through Grief
Vicky Ott
4380 Malsbary Road, Suite 300
Cincinnati OH 45242
Phone: 513-794-1889
Fernside is non-profit organization offering support and advocacy to grieving families who have experienced a death.
Fire Museum of Greater Cincinnati
315 West Court St
Cincinnati OH 45212
Phone: 513-621-5553
Fax: 513-621-1456
Contact: Bill Donovan
The museum celebrates and presents the history of Cincinnati area firefighters and delivers a fire safety experience.
First Candle
1314 Bedford Ave Ste 210
Baltimore MD 21208
Phone: 800-221-7437
Fax: 410-653-8709
Contact: Heather McGraw
First Candle unites parents, caregivers, and researchers nationwide with government, business, and community service groups to advance infant health and survival. First Candle works to increase public participation and support in the fight against stillbirth, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other causes of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID)
Future Taekwondo Olympians (FTO)
Crescent Springs, KY 41017
Future Taekwondo Olympians, an affiliation of The Amateur Athletic Union, promotes and develops high caliber TKD athletes on the national and international level to compete as USA representatives.
GE Volunteers
Deb Rayburnn
1 Neumann Way
Cincinnati, OH 45040
GE Volunteers provides volunteers to support community needs as required. They are volunteering to support the mission of the local Leukemia & Lymphoma Society at the Flying Pig Marathon.
Girls on the Run of Greater Cincinnati
3330 Erie Ave Ste 8
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Phone: 513-321-1056
Contact: Mary Gaertner
Girls on the Run strives to educate and prepare pre-teen girls in Greater Cincinnati for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living via character building lessons and exercise.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
7701 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Phone: 513-891-1700
Fax: 513-891-1707
Good Shepherd’s mission is to make Word and Sacrament available to the greatest number of people possible.

All funds raised through the Flying Pig Marathon by Good Shepherd Church will be donated to Interfaith Hospitality Network.
Goshen High School
Class of 2012

6707 Goshen Road
Goshen, Ohio 45122
Phone: 513-722-2227
Greater Cincinnati Penn State Alumni Association
Contact: Chris Sykora
Cincinnati, OH
The PSU Alumni Association promotes and enhances the interests, welfare, and stature of the Penn State University through community service, social activities, and local recruiting.
Greyhound Adoption
of Greater Cincinnati

Laura Drennan
P.O. Box 54578
Cincinnati, OH 45254-0578
G. R. A. is a non-profit, all volunteer, charitable organization dedicated to finding quality homes for retired racing greyhounds. They make excellent laid-back, loving, indoor pets.
Guardian Angels School
6539 Beechmont Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Phone: (513) 624-3141
Guardian Angels is a Blue Ribbon school promoting the spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical, cultural, social, and emotional development of each student in a value-enriched Roman Catholic environment.
Habitat For Humanity
Tony Brunsman
P.O. Box 140978
Cincinnati, OH 45250-0978
Habitat for Humanity is not a traditional charity. It is a hand up, not a handout. It is a mechanism for bringing together people of all walks of life to build a home with (not for) a deserving low income family. Habitat uses volunteers as construction laborers so that the homes are affordable for "partner families."
Home of Hope, Inc
190 Tobin Clark Drive
Hillsborough, California 94010
Phone: 650-520-3204
Contact: Jennifer Neale
Home of Hope works with established service providers in India and in Berkeley, CA, each of whom have a proven track record of effective program implementation. Combined, we provide a brighter future to more than 3,000 under-privileged children who by no fault of their own are orphaned, abandoned or physically/mentally challenged. Some are blind, deaf or mute. Others are Tsunami victims, street children or victims of AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases. Each of them deserve the chance to see a brighter future.
Hospice of the Bluegrass - Northern Kentucky
7388 Turfway Road
Florence, KY 41042
Phone: 859-372-6565
Dare Miller, Development Director
Hospice of the Bluegrass provides higher quality interdisciplinary care to all terminally ill patients, the bereaved, and their families.
Immaculate Heart of Mary
Karen Gutzeit
5876 Veterans Way
Burlington, KY 41005
Phone: 859-689-4303 ext.254
Mission: to bring teens closer to Christ through education, service, and evangelization.
Inner City Youth Opportunities
1821 Summit Road Ste 210
Cincinnati, Ohio 45237
Phone: 513-731-7312
Contact: Andrea Barter
Founded in 1993, ICYO provides summer tennis camps, monthly field trips, and after-school homework assistance and tutoring to 60-80 grades K-4 students per week. These services are offered at no charge to children living in the inner city who are experiencing family problems and struggling to become better students, both academically and socially. The goal is to help these children develop the ability to resist negative peer pressure and increase the skills needed to achieve their dreams by remaining in school and graduating from high school.
Inter Parish Ministry
3509 Debolt Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45244
Phone: 513-561-3932
Inter Parish Ministry’s mission is to provide food, clothing, and other communal support to those in need and to empower clients with information, support, and services to improve their lives.
Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati
2110 St Michael Street
Cincinnati, OH 45204
Phone: 513-471-1100
Fax: 513-471-0100
Representative: MerryBeth McKee
Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati provide homeless families emergency shelter and hospitality through interfaith communities and to work with these families to find and retain stable housing.
Josh Cares
PO Box 43295
Cincinnati, Ohio 43295
Phone: 513-459-1911
Email: or
Representative: Joy Blang
Josh Cares vision is to ensure that no critically or chronically ill child goes through a hospitalization alone. The organization funds professionally trained Child Life Fellows who provide comfort and companionship to patients whose parents are unable to be by their side when they are needed the most. The Fellows serve as surrogates for, and links to, the families who would be there with their children if they could.
Kelly Carol Foundation for Children with Cancer
221 E Fourth St
Atrium Two Ste 2000
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Contact: Tom Gabelman
Mission: To assist families who have a child diagnosed with cancer. All services are specifically allocated to meet each family’s needs.
Kelly DayCare Center
6775 McVille Road
Burlington, Kentucky 41005
Phone: 859-334-4450
Fax: 859-334-4454
Representative: Emily McDermott
Kelly Daycare provides early childhood services to those 3-5 year olds in the community. The daycare also provides after-school services for 3 year olds and older.
Kevin C Barnhill Community Outreach Fund
612 Eagles Nest Ct
Maineville, OH 45039
Phone: 859-331-8484
Fax: 859-360-6087
Contact: William O Barnhill
The Kevin Barnhill Memorial Scholarship Fund serves to honor the memory Kevin Barnhill by giving back to the Maineville, Ohio community. The Fund endows and awards annual scholarships to two Little Miami High School senior student/athletes and financially participates in projects designed to improve the quality of life in greater Warren County.
Kicks For Kids
812 Russell Street Suite 100
Covington, KY 41011
Phone: 859-331-8484
Fax: 859-360-6087
Contact: Ted Kluemper, Executive Director
Kicks for Kids (KFK) mission is to “level the playing field” for local children at risk, thus providing them with opportunities that most children take for granted. Through KFK’s interactive programs, by fulfilling the special requests of area youths, and through a collaborative effort with other local kids’ organizations, KFK serves children in Northern Kentucky, Southeastern Indiana, and Greater Cincinnati who are challenged mentally and/or physically or by the environment in which they live.
Lakota East High School
Faculty Scholarship

6840 Lakota Lane
Middletown, Ohio 45044
Mission: to provide college scholarships to needy students at Lakota East High School which will enable them to further their education.
Lakota West Track and Cross Country Teams
8970 Union Center Blvd
West Chester, OH 45069
Contact: Craig P Myers
Mission: To provide the opportunity for every student-athlete to achieve his/her fullest potential
Lifewater International
PO Box 3131
San Luis Obispo, CA 93403
Phone: 805-541-6634
Fax: 805-541-6649
Fundraising website:
Lifewater International provides wells for safe drinking water in Africa, South America, and Southeast Asia through partnering with community groups. Training in sanitation and hygiene is also performed.
Little Sisters of the Poor
St Paul’s Archbishop Leibold Home for the Aged
476 Riddle Road
Cincinnati, OH 45220
Phone: 513-281-8001
Contact: Mother Anne Joseph, Superior
As Little Sisters of the Poor, we care for the elderly poor in the spirit of humble service which we have received from Jeanne Jugan (Foundress of the Little Sisters). We welcome the elderly as we would Jesus Christ himself and serve them with love and respect until death.
Madisonville Citizens on Patrol
Madisonville Weed and Seed Program
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227

The Madisonville Citizens on Patrol helps to maintain a better life for the members of the Madisonville community.
Madisonville Education and Assistance Center (MEAC)
4600 Erie Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45227
Phone: 513-271-5501
Mission: MEAC provides vital assistance in the form of food, clothing, rent, and utility assistance as well as counseling and referral services for low-income individuals and families in Madisonville and the surrounding communities.
Marjorie Book Continuing Education
2373 Harrison Ave Room 21
Cincinnati, OH 45211
Phone: 513-328-6300
Representative: Joe Link
Marjorie Book Continuing Education brings together teenagers and adults with and without disabilities for continuing education classes, service projects, and theatrical productions.
Mathis Foundation for Children
1055 St Paul Place
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: 513-381-0729
Contact: Cheryl Lackey
The Mathis Foundation for Children serves disadvantaged youth in order that they become contributing members of society. Our purpose is to guide, encourage, and facilitate life changing opportunities for disadvantaged youth.
Matthew 25: Ministries
11060 Kenwood Rd.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Phone: 513-793-6256
Matthew 25: Ministries is an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization helping the poorest of the poor locally, regionally and internationally regardless of race, creed or political persuasion.
McNicholas High School Music Boosters
6536 Beechmont Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45230
Phone: 513-232-7241
Contact: George Barry
Mission: to promote music education in the high school
Melanoma Know More
P.O. Box 9155
Cincinnati, OH 45209
Phone: 513.364.MOLE(6653)
Melanoma Know More wants to not only to be a source of information and education about Melanoma, but also wants to assist individuals in getting proper screening and provide support for people affected by Melanoma. Melanoma Know More will host social events, prepare Melanoma education materials for adults and children, work with dermatologists on increasing screening opportunities, and participate in community events, attractions and health fairs that will generate awareness about Melanoma.
Milford High School Cross Country Team
1 Eagles Way
Milford, OH 45150
Phone: 513-576-2300
Contact: Dave Ackerman
Mission: to promote fitness & competition amongst high school student-athletes.
Minorities in Mathematics, Science, & Engineering
2220 Victory Parkway Room #604
Cincinnati, OH 45206
Phone: 513-556-4018
M2SE’s mission is to significantly increase the number of minorities, women, and under-served youth that choose to pursue careers in math, science, and engineering.
National Alliance on Mental Illness – Clermont County
Address: 1088 Wasserman Way, Ste B
Batavia, Ohio 45103
Phone: 513-732-5419
Contact: Judy Bonhaus
NAMI-National Alliance on Mental Illness is dedicated to provide help and hope to families affected by mental illness (brain disorders) through support, education, and advocacy.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Ohio Valley Chapter
4440 lake Forest Drive Suite 120
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Phone: 513-769-4400
Fax 513-769-6019
Email: and
Contacts: Angela Brock and Zoee Seuberlin
The National MS Society is a collective of passionate individuals who want to do something about MS now - to move together toward a world free of multiple sclerosis. MS Stops people from moving. The Society helps people affected by MS by funding cutting-edge research, driving change through advocacy, facilitating professional education, and providing programs and service that help people with MS and their families mover their lives forward.
Nativity Parish Athletic Boosters
5936 Ridge Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45213
Phone: 513-531-3164
We provide the substantial support necessary to keep user fees from interfering in a child’s ability to participate in sports as part of the total education process. Nativity Athletic Boosters provide a quality Christian athletic program for all interested athletes in the Nativity community, primarily at the grade school level.
Newport Central Catholic High School - PAC
13 Carothers Road
Newport, Kentucky 41071
The PAC of Newport Central Catholic supports student activities such as the After Prom event.
New Richmond High School After Prom Committee
1131 Bethel-New Richmond Road
New Richmond, Ohio 45157
Phone: 513-515-5693
The After Prom Committee provides a safe and structured event that included food, fun, and entertainment for the New Richmond High School students.
Norwood High School Cheerleading
2020 Sherman Ave
Norwood, OH 45212
Representative: Rebecca Salyer
The Norwood Indians Cheerleading program is dedicated to supporting Norwood's athletic programs as well as encouraging studen participation in spirit activities. The program encourages community involvement and demonstrates the Norwood Pride throughout the Norwood and Cincinnati areas. GO INDIANS!
Oak Hills United Methodist Church Youth Group
6069 Bridgetown Road
Cincinnati, OH 452482
Phone: 513-574-1131
Contact Person: Ben Otten, Youth Pastor
The youth group of Oak Hills UMC follows the mission of the church which is to empower people to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ through the Life-changing power of the Holy Spirit, experience growth through worship, teaching and community service, and to equip people for Christian ministry.
Ohio Valley Scottish Society
12 S Kline Ave
Amelia, Ohio 45102
Representative: Dani Speigel
The Ohio Valley Scottish Society promotes Scottish heritage through the arts and funds scholarships for the society’s dancers.
Ohio Valley Voices
6642 Branch Hill Guinea Pike
Loveland OH 45140
Phone: 513-791-1458 ext. 104
Contact: Lindsay Clemens
Ohio Valley Voices in a nonprofit school that teaches deaf children to speak and understand when others speak to them. Our long-term goal is for our children to be successfully mainstreamed into the hearing world.
Paws with a Cause
4646 South Division
Wayland, MI 49348
Phone: 1-800-253-PAWS
Representative: Deb Davis
Paws With a Cause trains Assistance Dogs nationally for people with disabilities and provides lifetime team support which encourages independence. PAWS promotes awareness through education.
The Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors/Team RISE
1835 RW Berends Dr SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49519-4955
Phone: 800-888-2876
Mission: to empower anyone affected by a burn injury through peer support, education, collaboration, and advocacy.
Pink Ribbon Girls
PO Box 33011
Cincinnati OH 45233
Phone: 513-207-7975
Contact: Liz Kelly
Pink Ribbon Girls are young breast cancer survivors who are encouraged by their shared experiences to educate and inspire others to grow and live beyond breast cancer.
Pleasant Ridge Community Council and Library Fund
6377 Grand Vista Ave
Cincinnati OH 45213
Phone: 513-351-5020
Contact: Diane Roketenetz
The Pleasant Ridge Community Council and Library Fund are involved in a fundraising project to provide handicap accessibility to the branch and to ensure that this community treasure is around for future generations to enjoy.
Princeton High School Fast Pitch Softball Program
11080 Chester Road
Cincinnati, OH 45246
Phone: 513-552-8200
Mission - To provide girls with the opportunity to play softball and provide the opportunity to service the community.
Queen City Emergency Net
8075 Miami Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45243
Phone: 513-579-3070
Queen City Emergency Net provides communications and logistical support to the Cincinnati Area Chapter of the American Red Cross
Queen City North Chapter
International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP)

PPO BOX 8149
West Chester, OH 45069-8149
Contact: Lynn Haney
The mission of the Queen City North IAAP is to enhance the image of the administrative profession and inspire excellence in career-minded administrative professionals. The vision of Queen City North IAAP is to assist career-minded administrative professionals in achieving their personal and professional goals and promote recognition of the profession in the workplace.
ReSource (Community Resource Center)
3610 Park 42 Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
Phone: 513-554-4944
Fax: 513-554-4944
ReSource is a non-proft organization for non-profit organizations that distributes corporate product donations to hundreds of qualified charities as well as providing non-profit management training programs.
RUN FOR OUR SONS/Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy
158 Linwood Plaza Ste 220
Fort Lee, New Jersey 07024
Phone: 201-944-9985
Contact: Missy Shutts
Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy’s mission is to improve the treatment, quality of life, and long term outlook for all individuals affected by Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy through research, education, advocacy, and compassion.
Runners’ Club of Greater Cincinnati
Todd Hofacre
P.O. Box 8761
Cincinnati OH 45208
The Runners’ Club of Greater Cincinnati, commonly referred to as the “Cincinnati Running Club,” exists for runners at all levels and has been promoting Cincinnati running by sponsoring group runs, fun runs, local races, picnics, seminars and national caliber athletes since 1976. Through the recent edition of our website, we provide Cincinnati runners with access to Cincinnati running events, email updates, discounts at Cincinnati running stores, race results, info on running routes, a Cincinnati race calendar, links to various other running related sites, running pictures and online race registration for Cincinnati’s best road races. For more information about our sponsors and the benefits of becoming a member of the Runners’ Club of Greater Cincinnati, please visit us on the web at
Saint Henry District High School
National Honor Society
3755 Scheben Drive
Erlanger, Kentucky 41018
Phone: 859-525-0255
Fax: 859-525-5855
Advisor/Representative: Michael Fay
SHDHS provides a Catholic education framed by five pillars of excellence: Academics, Athletics, Arts, Leadership, and Faith. More specifically, National Honor Society is an organization that honors students who rise above the crowd in academics, service, and leadership.
St Jude Children’s Research Hospital
1335 Dublin Road Suite 100B
Columbus, OH 43515
Phone : 614-488-3681
Representative: Sarah Frank
St Jude Children’s Research Hospital is internationally recognized for its pioneering work in finding cures and saving children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. Founded by late entertainer Danny Thomas and based in Memphis, Tenn., St Jude freely shares its discoveries with scientific and medical communities around the world. St Jude is the only pediatric cancer research center where families never pay for treatment not covered by insurance. No child is ever denied treatment because of the family’s inability to pay.
Samaritan’s Purse
PO Box 3000
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: 828-262-1980
Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet the needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His son, Jesus Christ. The organization serves the church worldwide to promote the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Scott High School Cross Country Team
Jerry Mohr
5400 Old Taylor Mill Rd.
Covington, Ky 41015
Phone: 859-356-6646
The Scott High School Cross Country Team exposes young people to the joys of running and benefits of making it a life-long activity.
Senior Services of Northern Kentucky
1032 Madison Ave.
Covington KY 41011
Phone: 859-292-7953
Contact: Tara Morrow
The Senior Services of Northern Kentucky supports the dignity and independence of older adults by providing healthy nutrition (Meals-on-Wheels), transportation to wellness, and education.
Shoulder to Shoulder
51 Cavalier Blvd Ste 270
Florence, KY 41042
Phone: 859-371-0444
Contact: Melissa Eames
Shoulder to Shoulder seeks to bring relief to the destructive pressures of living in poverty through both short-term aid and long-term impactful relationships for as many of its Northern Kentucky victims as is possible.
Sigma Alpha Iota: Eta Psi
41 Louie Nunn Drive – Fine Arts Building – Music Dept
Highland Heights, KY 41076
Phone: 859-572-5100
Representative: Rebecca Homan
Sigma Alpha Iota is comprised of women college students and alumni who have a sincere interest in music, who uphold the highest standards of music, and who wish to further the development of music in America and throughout the world. The Eta Psi chapter at Northern Kentucky University supports a scholarship for women at NKU who are studying music and have financial need.
Society of St Vincent dePaul - St. Barbara Conference
4042 Turkeyfoot Road
Erlanger, Kentucky 41018
Phone: 859-371-3100
Inspired by Gospel values, the Society of St Vincent dePaul, a Catholic lay organization, leads women and men to join together to grow spiritually by offering person to person service to those who are needy and suffering in the tradition of its founder, Blessed Frederic Ozanam, and patron, St Vincent de Paul.
Stepping Stones Center
5650 Given Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45243
Phone: 513-831-4660
Contact: Theresa Ciampone
Stepping Stones Center provides opportunities which increase independence and promote inclusion within the community for children and adults with disabilities.
Susan G Komen 3-Day for the Cure
205 N Michigan Ave Ste 2640
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: 800-996-3DAY
Mission: Thousands of women and men come together, each raising at the $2,200 for Susan G Komen for the Cure and the National Philanthropic Breast cancer Fund. They take their commitment to end breast cancer one step further and walk 60 miles over the course of three days. Eighty-five percent of the net proceeds of this event go to Susan G Komen for the Cure. Every advancement in breast cancer research, treatment, education, and prevention in the last 25 years has been touched by a Komen for the Cure grant. The remaining fifteen percent of the net funds goes to the National Philanthropic Trust Breast Cancer Fund to provide a permanent endowment for ongoing support of breast cancer initiatives.
Team Alex
8344 Richaland Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45255
Contact: Janet Iles
Team Alex is dedicated to the purpose of raising funds for the Cincinnati chapter of Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Teen Health Center
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
3333 Burnet Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45227
Phone: 513-636-4681
Our mission is to provide support to adolescents through out the tristate area by offering a well-coordinated, multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of medical, social, emotional, sexual, educational, and nutritional concerns confronting youths, ages 12 to 21.
The Ceildh Group
1014 Vine Street Suite 1450
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: 513-254-0362
The Ceilidh Group is focused on the creation and promotion of folk art and musical performance.
The Drake Foundation
at Drake Center

Contact: Wendy Morton-Green, Volunteer Services Supervisor
151 West Galbraith Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45216
Phone: 513-418-2522
Fax: 513-418-5807
The Drake Foundation financially supports the Drake Center mission by investing in our patients; investing in our caregivers; and investing in our researchers.
The Hutch Project
PO Box 32395
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Phone: 267-278-5481
Representative: Joyce Michel
The mission of the Hutch Project is to cultivate cultural change and promote innovation and excellence in the care of the seriously ill and those facing end of life. The Hutch Project works to increase awareness and advance education, leadership, and research in the fields of hospice and palliative care.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Team in Training

2300 Wall Street Suite H
Cincinnati, OH 45212
Phone: 513-361-2100
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is a not-for-profit voluntary health organization whose mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma and Hodgkin's disease- and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. The society provides funding for research, public and professional education, advocacy, patient aid and community service programs. Members of "Team in Training-TNT" are partnered with a local leukemia patient and in their honor raise money for leukemia research and patient services. In return for this commitment, we provide them with a professional training program, travel to and from the marathon and room accommodations during their stay.
Team Wellness Community,
supporting The Wellness Community of Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky
4918 Cooper Road
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Fax: 513-791-8239
Contact: Joanna Argus
Team Wellness Community is a group of dedicated runners and walkers who have accepted the challenge to train for and run or walk in the 2010 Flying Pig Marathon or any Flying Pig event while raising funds for the Wellness Community of Greater Cincinnati. The Wellness Community is a national non-profit organization with local branches in Northern Kentucky and Blue Ash, which serves individuals who have or have had cancer. By offering professionally-led support groups, educational workshops, nutrition and exercise programs, and stress-reduction classes, The Wellness Community empowers and educates individuals affected by cancer.
Tom Geiger Guest House
2634 Melrose Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Phone: 513-961-4555
The Tom Geiger Guest House is a non-profit corporation established to assist homeless females and their children move toward independent living by providing them with transitional housing and the appropriate supportive services. The Tom Geiger Guest House is a part of the Cincinnati/Hamilton County Continuum of Care for the Homeless.
TriState Volunteers
Representative: Ros Reich
The TriState Volunteers is a non-profit group of volunteers who work events in Northern Kentucky, Greater Cincinnati and Southeastern Indiana to raise funds to donate to charitable causes.
Turpin High School
2650 Bartels Road
Cincinnati, OH 45244
Phone: 513-232-7770
Turpin High School Boys Track Team
2650 Bartels Road
Cincinnati, OH 45244
Phone: 513-232-7770
Head Coach: Bruce Eisenhard
The purpose of the Turpin Boys Track and Fields program is to foster the growth of responsible men by providing an atmosphere for competitive growth and development in an athletically challenging environment.
Turpin High School Girls Track Team
2650 Bartels Road
Cincinnati, OH 45244
Phone: 513-232-7770
Fax: 513-232-9047
Representative: Melissa Siemers
The Turpin Girls Track program encourages the growth of responsible young women by providing an atmosphere for competitive growth and development in an athletically challenging environment.
Ulster Project
7381 Timberknoll Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Phone: 513-984-9240
Representative: Joe Hardiman
Mission: to fostering tolerance, understanding and friendship between Catholic and Protestant teenagers, ages 14-16, from Northern Ireland while staying in the Cincinnati area.
University of Cincinnati Health Sciences Club
Cincinnati, Ohio 45267
The purpose of the UC Health Sciences Club is to build a rapport with fellow students and faulty, discover opportunities, gain additional knowledge, provide service to the community, and prepare for a successful future in the health care industry.
Villa Madonna Academy
School Representative: Eileen O’Connell
2500 Amsterdam Road
Villa Hills, Kentucky 41017
Phone: 859-331-6333
Fax: 859-331-8615
Villa Madonna is raising funds to support a student mission trip to Guatemala in which to work with Helps International ( in making ONIL stoves.
Vineyard Student Union
11345 Century Circle West
Cincinnati OH 45246
Phone: 513-671-0422
Contact: Pete Bryant
Student Union is youth ministry (6-12 grades) at Vineyard Community Church in Cincinnati. In April 2008, Vineyard threw open its doors to a new space that was built to facilitate ministry for over 70,000 students within a 10 mile radius of the church. It has provided a fun, safe place for middle and high school students to create relationships and to encourage them to live balanced lives mentally, socially, physically, and spiritually.
W.J. Williams YMCA
Chuck Barlage
1228 E. McMillan
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Phone: 513-961-7552
Our mission is to put christian practices into programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
Walnut Hills Touchdown Club
3250 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio 45207
Mission: To allow youth at Walnut Hills High School, regardless of socioeconomic status, the opportunity to participate in the school football program. The Touchdown Club provides youth with necessary equipment and experiences that are not considered part of the standard equipment supplied by the athletic department.
Wheelchair Veterans In Sports
Address: VAMC 3200 Vine Street
117-SCI Clinic
Cincinnati, OH 45220
Phone: 513-708-7173
Contact: Rick Olson
Wheelchair Veterans in Sports help fund expenses for veterans participating in adaptive sports, including the National Veterans Wheelchair Games and National Veterans Golden Age Games.
Wood Hudson Cancer Research Laboratory
931 Isabella Street
Newport, KY 41071
Phone: 859-581-7249
Wood Hudson Cancer Research Laboratory, Inc. is a professional, independent, not-for-profit, publicly supported, research institute dedicated to understanding the causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer.
Young Business Leaders Cincinnati
6170 Irwin Simpson Road
Mason, Ohio 45040
Phone: 589-2133
Contact: Gorgon Anaple/Tom Monroe
Young Business Leaders Cincinnati offers businessmen the opportunity that allows faith to intersect life in the marketplace.